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Social Media Marketing 101: 8 Tips for Getting Social Media Ads Right

Social Media Marketing 101: 8 Tips for Getting Social Media Ads Right Social media marketing is an inseparable part of any marketing strategy today. Ever wondered why you see display advertising scattered on your walls and tagged "sponsored"? They are ads for companies advertising their products and services to increase their businesses by attracting potential buyers. If you are a marketing manager, entrepreneur or a social media specialist, this post is for you. Below are eight quick tricks and tips to get your social media ads on point to help you achieve and exceed your targets. 1. Uniqueness is the key Design your ads in a way that keeps people hooked and entertained. No one wants boring information to disrupt their browsing experience. Keep your ads unique and authentic to drive qualified traffic. 2. Gainfulness from your advertisements Improving usefulness through your ads for the potential audience does go a long way. Keeping the ads short, useful and straightforward helps. How about a quick video to engage the user and add value to their lives and make them visit your site again! 3. Remember to be contextual
Every person scrolling through walls and ads have varied interests. Context helps, at all times. The targeting approach via your ads should be such that it reaches a vast number of the target audience. It will also give you insights into what works the best for them and what doesn't.



4. Enhance Credibility

And how? When all we have known is differentiation is the key. Yes, differentiation is vital. According to a research study, users place a more significance on brands who share useful content instead of looking into the origin of the content. Brands should focus on this phenomenon to build trustworthy contacts to drive traffic. You should also be building proprietary content. And content marketing is an effective way to enhance your credibility. 

5. Be Approachable

Even if you manage to draw in a customer, retention is an even trickier affair. Today, various tools like instant messaging exist to let potential users contact you in case of any queries. Businesses should be approachable and empower their users. This enhances customer-business relations. Be on your toes for your customers and enjoy the increased conversions. 

 6. Be persistent throughout 

According to a survey, almost 60% of users need to come in contact with the ads and content to build a reputation with a business and then take suitable actions. Quality content keeps the user interested, enhances a brand's goodwill and thus ensures a long-term relationship through the image that they have built. 

 7. Investigate and Explore 

Ads should be user-friendly. Always. Your brands should focus on testing their ads with real-time users and get their ads modified taking into account the reaction of your ideal audience. Experimenting is the key. Always remember, if the ad is too boring, it is going to go unnoticed. If you need to drive traffic, craft something that is going to be loved by your ideal consumer. 

 8. Attend your customers Attentively 

Remember to concentrate on your customers, listen to their pain points and help them overcome any issues that your product or service is causing. What else does a customer need? If you are attentive, empathize with them, hear them out, and find solutions rather than playing the blame game, there is no way you won't be able to convert a potential user into your valuable customer. 


 Make your presence noticed, the social media way!

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